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Stroll through the sticky archives of some of the classiest porn movies of all time
Kayden Kross plays the straight man against two libidinous stoners in “Jurassic: Stoned Age.”
On a deeper level, “La Boutique” is a canny metaphor for porn piracy. Like the boutique itself, in which nothing is actually sold, tube sites don’t traffic in quality but actually traffic in traffic, and there’s a lot of traffic in that store.
When James Deen’s gambling addiction threatens both his home and the life of his wife, Kayden Kross … nothing bad happens. The moral of “Losing Kayden” seems to be that divorcing an addict is a great idea if you’re hot already.
In not describing the physical attributes or motivations of the players on the other side, Weis—and I’ll throw a lasso around the rest of the mainstream media here, too—implicitly sets up an Us v. Them scenario.
Fear-based and founded on a high-concept lie (that the porn industry both encourages STDs and fails to treat them), the well-funded Yes on Measure B campaign passed—in my opinion—based solely on voter ignorance.
Is it possible to watch a movie made in 2010 and still find relevance to today’s world?
Claire Adams is one of those expert riggers who happens to look really good doing it.
This year’s XRCO Awards were a great fun time; a perfect encapsulation of the misplaced resentment, earnest good will, limited attention span, dark humor, poor planning, and uncalibrated sense of history that Porn Valley’s 4-decades-old adult industry is known for.
“Adult performers do have a wide range of opinions about condoms,” says Chauntelle Tibbals, Ph.D. “But they all agree that, as adults, wearing condoms or not should be their choice.”
“…so many people (who don’t write porn) talk about how easy it is to write a porn script…”
Kayden Kross and Dylan Ryder will host the 2012 XRCO Awards, a porn industry-only event, on April 9
From now on I want all my parties to be hangar-based
2011’s most enduring porn photos….can 2012 measure up?
This year the porn world tackled the issue of prostitution in several thought-provoking films
I’m not saying that’s bad. I’m saying that is what it is. Neither publication can claim objectivity, but when’s the last time you objectively jerked off?
“We all get fucked for money one way or the other, right?”
Porn stars discuss what scares them worse than Shelley Lubben
If the MILF craze in porn proves that men are always trying to return to the womb, movies like “Fighters” suggests that all women want to jump in the sac.